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Old December 25th, 2012, 11:59 AM
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As you are searching for colleges that provide admission in low GPA are as follows:

2.6 GPA – Accepted into Wharton’s MBA Program
3.2 GPA – Accepted into Stanford GSB
2.7 GPA – Accepted into Duke FUQUA
2.8 GPA – Accepted into Indiana Kelley
2.5 GPA – Accepted into Arizona State
2.4 GPA – Accepted into Boston’s MBA Program
2.9 GPA – Accepted into Booth and Tuck’s MBA
3.0 GPA – Accepted into Notre Dame
3.3 GPA MBA – Accepted into Harvard Business School
3.1 GPA – Accepted into MIT SLOAN
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Old October 26th, 2015, 10:07 AM
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I have low GPA so can you please tell me the top Universities that provide admission to MBA course with law GPA?
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Old October 26th, 2015, 10:11 AM
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Over the past five years, undergraduate grade point averages at the top 50 U.S. business schools have generally crept higher or stayed about the same.

So the general inflation of grades has helped many MBA applicants to the best schools keep pace with admissions.

Along with a GMAT score, your undergraduate GPA is one of those vital statistics in MBA admissions

If your GMAT is below average, you generally need to have better grades on your undergraduate transcript.

At Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, the average GPA has now reached 3.73, a .07 rise from the average of 3.66 in 2009.

The largest rises in GPA have occurred at the University of Virginia’s Darden School (up .13 to 3.51), Arizona State’s Carey School (also up .13 to 3.46), the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (up .11 to 3.41), the UPenn’s Wharton School (up .10 to 3.60), and Michigan State’s Broad School (also up .10 to 3.30).

Average GPAs of admits fell slightly at some very prominent business schools, including Northwestern University, UCLA, Carnegie Mellon and the University of Texas at Austin.

The average GPA at a private college in the U.S. is now 3.30, up from 3.09 in the early 1990s (see chart below).

Good grades are slightly harder to come by at public colleges where the average GPA is 3.01, up from 2.93 in the early 1990s.

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